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The Top 10 Worst Self-Publishing Bugs - Explained!
A fortnight ago I released the Top 10 Top 10 of the worst self-publishing bugs, a semi-heavy look at the usual bugs that newbies could make self-publishing. So, here's the successor, the reason why you won't do any of that when it comes to releasing your work.
Never reuse an ISBN or use it in another issue of the same work. It is to be allocated to an issue of a work. The information in your books has been stored in all of the books and you will only cause enormous disorientation between the two works if you try to reuse an ISBN.
But when you are printing your books, your colour photographs must be 300 dots per inch in cyan-magenta-yellow-black (CMYK). A lot of folks are noticing fonts, type, design, serif, ligature and the other things that are taken for granted and why should they do so? When used properly, the classical scriptures result in a nice, legible and reader-friendly work.
So the point here is that if you want to make your own publication, you can be better off using a simple authoring business like CreateSpace or Lulu than a grant publishing group. You are the publishing house that makes its living selling to writers. When you use a given type of print engine like CreateSpace, you are the editor and you use it as a print engine.
Just buy the service you need and then make your living selling books. Trying to produce extraordinary style, odd perspectives, extruded angles almost always fails because they are unbelievably hard to transport. To have a schedule of how you want to promote, publish and resell your books before you start producing them is strongly encouraged.
If you never sold any, the costs per piece of your books are insignificant. But you need to schedule your product, its selling rate and sales methodology before printing. Even though reviewer usually work for bigger businesses, submitting an account with a copy of the reviews ensures that you will not be charged for the work, but will not receive a review either.
Gathering is that you ask for precious editorial material and room in a pub, and certainly the least you can expect is to make a product available to anyone kind enough to go to the bother of summarizing your product. While it is truely the case that in digitally print you can cut costs by making a fewer-page novel, it is unlikely that a novel that prints an entire page on letterhead with small edges and narrow strokes to get "that many words" on one page will be unread by anyone.
Make your books hard to reread is a fast way to get rid of many of them. Many authoring service providers will be only too willing to put a sleeve on your books for a small charge or let you go with their covers-builders. So if your product is well deserving of publication and you want your customers to buy it, and you realize that the front page covers are the prime way to find the product wherever it is published, don't you think it might be a good idea to find a front page artist that you can buy to make a front page for you?
When there were doubts, you know now some good things to be avoided when it comes to publishing a work.